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[Focus: Content Portfolio]Useful scorecards for product evaluation, stakeholder communication and negotiation support include the components you care about and reflect a scoring system that makes sense to you.In this Webinar, Jinfo's Director of Research Robin Neidorf will walk through the activities we've designed...
Scorecards - setting goals and priorities
20th April 2021
[Focus: Content Portfolio]Scorecards are a compelling concept to support evaluation of products and vendors, communication with stakeholders and licence negotiations. Jinfo has developed a comprehensive guide to the thinking process to follow in order to craft useful – and manageable – scorecards. It...
Comparative product evaluation - breaking it down into manageable pieces
19th January 2021
[Focus: Content Portfolio]In this webinar, Steve Bynghall presented a clear overview of how to design comprehensive product evaluations. This framework was developed following interviews with Benoit Sollie at Cargill, demonstrating best practice for comparing products against end-user needs.To get the most value from this...
The importance of current awareness tracking
12th January 2021
[Focus: Content Portfolio]Staying on top of current awareness is mission critical for information centres. View this session to dig into our insights on: What are the goals you might have in tracking current awareness How to organise your thinking for setting up a tracking system Which KPIs are most...
State of the Industry, 2021
Jinfo's 2021 "State of the Industry" overview covered the most important trends, themes and challenges information teams need to consider, including:The "new normal" business environment, and how to remain agileMarket landscape for information products and services,...
5th January 2021
How to communicate your contributions to the value chain
24th August 2020
[Focus: Value Chain]With a complete value chain analysis and the right measurements, you can report how your services and expertise contribute to the outcomes your stakeholders care about. To create an effective report, use the data you defined and captured in your value chain analysis and organise it to tell a...
How to show your contributions along the value chain
17th August 2020
[Focus: Value Chain]Measuring your contribution to all links in the value chain means going beyond case studies and usage statistics. You need to determine, collect and analyse the data that points to your contributions to the conditions of business success. The activities in Jinfo articles in our Focus on Value...
How to start your value chain analysis
11th August 2020
[Focus: Value Chain]Value chain analysis enables you to measure and communicate the impact of information services and expertise - demonstrate your contributions to such business goals as efficiency, innovation and generating revenue. To get started with value chain analysis, view this walkthrough of the first...
Analysing the value chain - your starting point for meaningful communication
21st July 2020
[Focus: Value Chain]Jinfo's Focus on Value Chain is about demonstrating how the information team contributes to the goals of their organisation. The key is to present your work and impact in your stakeholder's context for value: how they measure success. Review the article in Jinfo's article "Your contributions to...
Risk assessment on information licensing - focus on use-cases
9th June 2020
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[Focus: Risk Assessment]Describing use cases is an essential part of your information licensing strategy. Being able to explain not just that clients use a resource, but how it impacts their work is the difference between the right decision is foundational to assessing risk in your content portfolio. See Jinfo's...
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- Research update - the content licensing "dream team"
Thursday, 8th April 2021
- Research update - bridging the gap between buyers and suppliers
Thursday, 25th March 2021
- Research update - our Community is your community, especially if you license content
Thursday, 11th March 2021
- Crafting a scorecard (step one - set goals and priorities)
Tuesday, 13th April 2021
- Dashboard and collaboration (use-case - intelligence)
Wednesday, 17th February 2021
- Comparison of content management features (use-case - intelligence)
Tuesday, 16th February 2021
- Community deck - usage data in contract negotiations
Thursday, 1st April 2021
- Community deck - pricing models for information and data licensing
Monday, 8th March 2021
- Community deck - State of the industry, 2021
Wednesday, 24th February 2021
- Scorecards - how information teams are designing and using them (Community) Tuesday, 25th May 2021
- Negotiation clinic - role-play and Q&A (Community) Tuesday, 13th April 2021
- Usage data in contract negotiations (Community) Tuesday, 23rd March 2021
- Scorecards - selecting components and designing scoring systems (Webinar) Tuesday, 4th May 2021
- Scorecards - setting goals and priorities (Webinar) Tuesday, 20th April 2021
- Comparative product evaluation - breaking it down into manageable pieces (Webinar) Tuesday, 19th January 2021
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